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that they aren't number one in education five years in a row, number one and holding down college tuition, number one and innovation and entrepreneurship, number one in human capacity, number one in access of healthcare, number one in businesses owned by women, number one and medium income, and we are not done yet. [applause] as we emerge, as we emerge and we still have a long way to go, but as we emerge from the toughest economic times, the state of our state is strong and we are growing stronger still. [applause] none of this, none of this happened by chance. many of you have passed tough votes to make it happen. remember seven years ago? we started following the same math approach that created our federal deficits at the national level. democrats and republicans alike in this very chamber had voted to cut taxes for millionaires and to increase state spending without paying for either one. the result? $1.7 billion dollar deficit. that is how it works. it is failing to deliver results. underperforming schools, tuition hikes, rising in crime outside of baltimore. in 2007, together we started maki
of better choices and better results. no one state can say that they aren't number one in education five years in a row, number one and holding down college tuition, number one and innovation and entrepreneurship, number one in human capacity, no one -- number one and access of healthcare regardless of -- number one and businesses owned by women, number one and medium income, and we are not done yet. [applause] as we emerge, as we emerge and we still have a long way to go, but as we emerge from the toughest economic times, the state of our state is strong and we are growing stronger still. [applause] none of this, none of this happened by chance. many of you have passed tough votes to make it happen. remember seven years ago? we started following the same math approach that created our federal deficits at the national level. democrats and republicans alike in this very chamber had voted to cut taxes for millionaires and to increase state spending without paying for either one. the result? $1.7 billion dollar deficit. that is how it works. it is failing to deliver results. underperforming
on now in the private and public sector to reach an agreement on water the high value measures? you can't achieve something you don't measure. what are the priorities, where shall we put our emphasis so that we can have everybody rowing a boat in the same direction. it may seem small, but it can have a meaningful difference. credential wing, aligning credential in the private sector, we've created an organization to synchronize credential being so physicians dealing with any one of our health plans would have the same credential in process. we think there are opportunities for the public sector to a line with that. we think that could work out very quickly and very well for physicians. it would yield higher satisfaction and achieve the kind of quality performance we all want. third, there needs to be -- and david mentioned this -- there needs to be a stepping back as we think about infrastructure to think about how does icd 10, administrative use and simplification together strategically? what are we trying to achieve? where do the incentives fight one another? what's the best way to actu
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